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The Subsite Electronics 830R/T High-Frequency Utility Locating System is Made for Tough Job Sites

The Subsite Electronics 830R/T high-frequency electronic locating system can trace poor conductors and locate short lengths of utility infrastructure better than low-frequency units.

Fri October 16, 2015 - National Edition
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Subsite Electronics 830R/T high-frequency electronic locating system can trace poor conductors, such as ungrounded tracer wire, and locate short lengths of utility infrastructure better than low-frequency units.
Subsite Electronics 830R/T high-frequency electronic locating system can trace poor conductors, such as ungrounded tracer wire, and locate short lengths of utility infrastructure better than low-frequency units.

Made to withstand the demands of rugged job sites, the Subsite Electronics 830R/T high-frequency electronic locating system can trace poor conductors, such as ungrounded tracer wire, and locate short lengths of utility infrastructure better than low-frequency units. Automatic features — such as gain control, auto depth, and visual and audio feedback — make the 830R/T easy for even novice operators to confidently identify and trace metallic pipe or cable, water and gas distribution lines, according to the manufacturer.

Operators also can depend on the system’s long battery life: 150 hours on the transmitter, 75 hours on the receiver. Adaptive filtering, one of the system’s many features, ensures that the 830R/T is highly responsive in all modes of operation, providing left-to-right guidance very quickly regardless of mode or operator style. In peak verify mode, the 830R/T system gives operators an additional way to confidently verify the locate.

For more information, call 800/846-2713 or visit subsite.com.




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